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Submitted by s8anicslayer 2106d ago | review

Thunderbolt: Gran Turismo (PSP) Review

For any fan of the long running Gran Turismo series, patience is a virtue both on and off the race track. Formerly announced simultaneously with the PSP console at E3 2004, Gran Turismo PSP has almost become the Chinese Democracy of the gaming world, with five and a half years separating this hype-fuelled demonstration to the day the sacred blue and red letters lined screens worldwide. It seems somewhat peculiar then, that such a prestigious, long anticipated title should feel like it were thrown together in mere months. (Gran Turismo, PSP) 8/10

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